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Concerto CD selected by The Times in: 'The best classical albums of 2024 so far'

Gramophone Magazine: 'One to Watch' Feature


BBC Music Magazine: Rising Star


Classic FM: Rising Star

Clic Musique Magazine:
Review of Concerto CD

'This new version could well establish itself as a modern reference"
'Posner's impeccable phrasing creates moments of rare elegance"

The Strad:

'The Strad Recommends' Review of Concerto CD

"British cellist Tim Posner's first major recording with orchestra reveals  him as a cellist of stature and integrity and boasts some inspired programming."

Gramophone Magazine:

Review of Concerto CD

"He has tremendous tonal beauty across his cello's range, making it sing with hugely attractive mellow, melancholic passion"

The Times:

Review of Concerto CD 

Featured in The Times' Best Classical CDs of 2024 
"Connoisseurs of instrumental colour should especially relish the dark throb of Tim Posner's cello in the early bars of Ernest Bloch's Schelomo, the first attraction of a programme that displays technical excellence walking hand in hand with open emotion'

BBC Music Magazine:

Review of Concerto CD

"No shortage of cellists have recorded Schelomo, yet Posner adds his own deeply expressive character, the cello singing in rich, impassioned and often melancholic voice"

Classical Explorer:

Review of Concerto CD

"Posner and Mullner not only hold their heads high but, to my ears, equal the greats"
"There is something so immersive about the whole experience here that makes one think this is the only way to perform this piece: Posner's lines soar, his virtuosity is indisputable"
"This is a glorious disc from so many angles"

The Arts Desk:

Review of Concerto CD

"British cellist Tim Posner is magnificent throughout"
"This is a terrific disc, and it's already pencilled in on my 'Best of 2024' list."

Opus Klassiek:

Review of Concerto CD

"He could soon develop into a Truls Mørk, and it sounds like he's already well on his way. His playing is filled with grandeur and lyricism, as clear as glass and with a constant warm glow that also seems to radiate onto the orchestra. There is so much colour and commitment in this cello playing that it really leaves the listener glued to their seat."
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